Our favorite tax software is on sale just in time for Tax Day 2021—shop the best deals

Save on Reviewed-approved tax software ahead of Tax Day 2021. (Photo: Getty Images) — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. It’s about that time again, folks: This year’s tax deadline—Monday, May 17—is just a few weeks away. If you’ve yet to file, that means you’ll need to gather up […]

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21 horror books to read with the lights on, from Stephen King classics to psychological thrillers

Horror fiction scares its readers, using anything from psychological thrills to creepy imagery. The horror books in this list range from Stephen King classics to modern murder mysteries. Some of our favorites include “It,” “Bird Box,” “The Exorcist,” “Dracula,” “The Shining,” and more. Great literature can introduce us to so many amazing things: Passionate romances, unforgettable plot twists, or fantastical […]

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Dogecoin price: Why is Dogecoin rising? Investment could ‘end in tears’

Dogecoin ‘is pure speculation and will end badly’ says Yusko When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time. Dogecoin (DOGE) has […]

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Why investors should be on correction watch this May: Allianz's Mahajan

It may be the early innings of May, but one top strategist is predicting a bumpy month for stocks. Equities bounced back Wednesday after a sell-off Tuesday. Growth stocks, the hardest hit, have fallen 1% in just four trading sessions, and they could be in for more pain, said Mona Mahajan, senior U.S. investment strategist at Allianz Global Investors. "Growth […]

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The Best EV Mobile App Is Not Tesla’s

Automakers are no longer going to be judged just on the basis of their sheet metal, horsepower and mileage ratings. They also will be judged on their software, or as some would have it, their user experience. This is especially true for electric vehicle (EV) makers. According to a new study from J.D. Power, EV owners are more than twice […]

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85% of small businesses were fully open in March, report finds

A new report found that 85% of small businesses were fully open in March, an increase from February. Small business owners also saw higher vaccination levels, and in-person sales ticked up. Still, there’s more to be done before full recovery, with the supply chain presenting an issue.  See more stories on Insider’s business page. Small businesses, battered by the pandemic, […]

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Myanmar's military is randomly arresting and detaining young men to crush the pro-democracy uprising

Across the country, Myanmar's security forces are arresting and forcibly disappearing thousands of people, especially boys and young men. In most cases, the families of those taken do not know where they are, according to an Associated Press analysis of more than 3,500 arrests since February. UNICEF is aware of around 1,000 cases of children or young people who have been arbitrarily arrested and detained, many without access to lawyers or their families. Myanmar's security forces moved in […]

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Trump’s Facebook ban, a meteor shower, Cinco de Mayo: 5 things to know Wednesday

Will the Facebook, Instagram bans on Donald Trump stick? Facebook’s Oversight Board on Wednesday will rule whether former President Donald Trump’s suspension on the platform should remain permanent. In January, the tech giant suspended Trump’s accounts on Facebook and Instagram after a group of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol. The decision was praised at the time by Trump critics and had the support […]

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